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Volume 45, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 2542-6583
  • E-ISSN: 2590-3268
  • oa De kuise Jozef. De receptie van een bijbels model

    1Onderhavige bijdrage is ontstaan in het kader van het promotieonderzoek van de auteur naar de van het thema ‘Jozef in Egypte’. Deze studie wordt verricht door G. Teugels, aspirante N.F.W.O., aan de Faculteit der Godgeleerdheid van de K.U. Leuven in het raam van een onderzoeksproject, geleid door prof. dr. M. Vervenne.

  • By G. Teugels
  • Source: NTT Journal for Theology and the Study of Religion, Volume 45, Issue 3, Jul 1991, p. 193 - 203
  • DOI: https://doi.org/10.5117/NTT1991.3.003.TEUG
  • Language: Dutch
    • Published online: 01 Jul 1991

Abstract

Abstract

This article focuses on the reception in Jewish tradition of the story of Joseph’s temptation by Potiphar’s wife (Gen. 39:1-20). Firstly, the meanings of the Hebrew term and its Greek equivalents are analysed. Secondly, the author offers various examples of midrashic interpretations of Joseph stories from early Jewish Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek literature. It is obvious that Joseph is characterized as in the sense of being a chaste man. Joseph thus became the model of the ideal of chastity.

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